Live Blogging – NY:MIEG Breakfast event- “Shifting the Paradigm: Young Women with Cool Jobs Making a Difference in Digital Media”

Moderator: Limor Schafman Natali Del Conte – C|Net Allison Mooney – Fleishman Hillard’s Youth & Mobile Marketing (Next Great Thing) Kelly Hafner – WEtv Romina Rosado -The News Market Mindy Spire -WWE Limor: Convergence of Media, content, people (community) sector All three coming together to create a new level of story, interaction that we haven’t […]

NYSIA Legal Forum and Special Interest Group – Live Blogging Notes

NYSIA Legal Forum Summary – Live Blogging Guest: Mark Grossman – Attorney and “TechLaw” Columnist The industry should be embarrased – contracts are horrible, not so much one-sided as incompetently drawn, fail to address basic questions. VERY often, the contract delivered is not the deal the parties wanted to do. Most business litigation is honest […]

The E.Factor – a niche social network for Entrepreneurs

You may have noticed a new widget on the left column of my blog – representing a map of my usage in the E.Factor, a niche social network for Entrepreneurs. I’m excited to show my support for E.Factor, as I know the principals involved, and respect them as successful entrepreneurs and investors. They’ve asked me […]

Marvel Comics pisses off core audience

Who is the core audience of “Iron Man” the movie? Geeks. Computer hugging, email sending, twittering geeks. Geeks with big Mac Book Pros who have money to spend. And the pied piper of the Web 2.0 geeks, Mike Arrington of TechCrunch, had invited geeks to a special pre-screening of the movie. And Mike got the […]

My Newsletter Strategy

Today I released the first monthly newsletter for the Harbrooke Group. If you want to subscribe and haven’t received an opt-in email (of course we did an opt-in, that’s permission marketing in action) please sign up on the newsletter tab above. Why a newsletter? I have many friends who are all over Twitter, Facebook, and […]